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  • Elmore user Sarosh Effendi uses his pedal with App - Pianote

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  • Learn How To Play Rhythm Guitar Like Leslie West!

  • Is the Elmore Pedal helping to create the the next Stevie Ray Vaughan?

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  • Rhys John Stygal - 14 year old guitar student uses his Elmore Pedal to master licks...

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  • Daniel Yoong loves to practice with his Elmore Pedal

    The multi-talented Daniel grew up in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and loved music ever since he was little. He would kick in his mother's womb when his dad would play guitar and sing. He started playing the piano at the ripe age of 4 but the piano alone wasn't enough to satisfy the hunger for more music knowledge, thus began his quest to start learning the guitar on his own at 12, drums at 13, bass at 15 and violin at 17. He later graduated from International College of Music and the renowned Berklee College of Music. 

    Daniel's first EP "T.I.N.Y." was released in April of 2010 and got major attention in the local scene. Following that success, he began touring and has been gracing the stage ever since in South East Asia. In July 2016 he released his next record "First Love".

    The single "Dreaming" had gone viral within just two days upon release. Daniel and his band had toured around the world including Australia, Asia and North America.

  • Nick Hames and his Elmore Pedal

    Nick Hames is an American blues guitarist, singer-songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist.

    Nick was born in Boston, Massachusetts on march 6th, 1997. Nick gained popularity on social media platforms instagram and TikTok for his guitar playing. he is currently performing shows around the USA with his blues trio.

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  • Elmore Pedal: Rev.Kenn likes it

    "If you are using Youtube to learn guitar licks, I suggest getting the Elmore bluetooth pedal. https://www.elmorepedals.com"

    Rev. Kenn Blanchard

  • E Major Blues Shuffle by Lindy Day

    E major blues is pretty standard, but here's a sweet variation for my rhythm players. Intertwining the bassline with the chord is a dynamic effect that's great for jams. The Elmore Pedal will help keep your hands on the guitar so you can loop a complex line like this and be in control of your speed.
  • Lindy Day Teaches with the Elmore Pedal, Snow (Hey Oh) by the RHCP

    Snow (Hey Oh) by Red Hot Chili Peppers. 3 troubleshooting tips that help my students are included in this lesson. This lick isn't hard as much as it is fast. Getting your confidence up on this lick takes a few different approaches, but try some of these tips. They will help you increase your speed and accuracy.
  • Practice, perfect.

    Never take your hands off your guitar.